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Honoring the Coast Salish people in Edmonds

Ty Juvenil's cedar carving is installed in a natural setting, evoking the Edmonds Marsh


Last updated 4/1/2021 at 10:36am

Brian Soergel

"Marsh Life" was installed Sunday, March 21, at the Edmonds Historical Museum.

Ty Juvenil, a woodcarver and member of the Tulalip Tribes, is making his mark in Edmonds. Last year, he collaborated with Edmonds artist Andy Eccleshall on "Before Edmonds," murals on both walls in the south alley between Fourth and Fifth avenues south honoring Coast Salish people.

On Sunday, Juvenil installed "Marsh Life," a wood panel, two posts, and a reflecting panel outside the Edmonds Historical Museum.

It also honors the Coast Salish people and was made possible by the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation, the Hubbard Family Foundation, and other private donors.

"It's a depiction of wha...

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